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Two thirds of the energy used in Hungary has to be imported at present, while biomass can be produced locally.
Pannonpower’s free biomass-sandbox was the highlight of the Children’s Day event held in Pécs Expo Center.
Pannonpower connected its new, biomass fuelled unit to the district heating network of Pécs. This means that heat – intermittently at first – will be entirely provided by renewable sources or “green energy” for every household or public institution of Pécs with district heating. The trial run of the block is set to start soon, and if it proves to be successful, Pécs will be the first Hungarian city to employ sustainable methods (procured fuel) for heating instead of natural gas and fossil fuels.
The Straw Barn Playhouse located in Árkád closed its doors with the end of the Easter holiday season. The dismantled straw bales, however, will not lose their purpose: they will make the life of abandoned animals sheltered by Misina society much more comfortable.
Pannonpower has launched its strategy game entitled Energopoly. Now everybody can experience what is it like to be a power plant manager.
Pannonpower celebrated International Women’s Day by presenting lady guests of the Pécs National Theatre with flowers appropriately made of straw.
Pannonpower has opened a straw playhouse for local kindergarteners and elementary school students for the fourth time. The venue this time is the busiest shopping center of Pécs, Árkád.